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Tuesday, 22 May 2012

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Relatives of former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown have expressed complete indifference after a vial containing a sample of his semen was put on sale in an online auction.

UK-based PFC Auctions says the spunk was taken from Brown in 2009 in order to gauge whether it was resistant to the HN51 strain of bird flu.

The PFC website put the latest bid for the vial at £3.50 ($5,90) on Tuesday.

Brown's wife, Mrs Sarah Brown, said that, if true, the price was very reasonable and that the sample 'probably had special healing powers or something'

She said the clinic where Mr Brown spoffed one out had assured the family that an inquiry was under way into "how something like this could possibly happen".

PFC Auctions, based in Guernsey, displayed CCTV footage on its website of a grimacing Brown discharging himself into the vial while squinting furiously at a well-thumbed copy of Razzle.

The site says the magazine was the 1988 Christmas edition - the one featuring the faux- lesbian Santas "Nikki" And "Alisha" (Claus)

PFC recently came under fire after auctioning a sample of blood belonging to the former US President Ronald Reagan.

The current lot includes a letter of provenance from the seller who says their late mother worked at the jizz clinic which provided Brown with the thirty minutes he needed to stop worrying about the economy and produce 3.5cl of chug-custard.

"This man milk, which has now formed a healthy crust, has actually been in my family's possession since the day the Labour government announced the 50p tax rate on the highest earners," the letter reads.

Brown ran into trouble during the 2010 election campaign when 'bigoted' Rochdale pensioner Gillian Duffy refused to grant the Prime Minister permission to masturbate in her outhouse, claiming it was full of people from Eastern Europe

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